Saturday 11 February 2012: Waterfall at Glanroon
There are a few small pockets of woodland on the peninsula, this is my favourite, a very small area but very rich in species. the main canopy is of ancient, moss covered oaks. The understorey is holly and hazel, the ground cover includes woodrush, mosses and bluebells! A beautiful stream cascades down through the woods, then drops into a steep gorge and finally into the sea below.
We walked out to my friend Dan's house, he is still away travelling in China. Out along the cliffs, the light was amazing and ever changing, not a house to be seen, just some of the wildest, most remote scenery on the peninsula. A flask of tea and a picnic went down very well and just in time as the weather started to close in!
Looking forward to supper with freespiral this evening.